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Answers:Under a light microscope (magnification of up to 1000x), only the larger organelles mainly the nucleus (animal, bacterial and plant cells), chloroplasts (plant cells only) and the large central vacuole (in plant cells only) plus the cell wall (in plant and bacterial cells) can be viewed. Most other organelles such as golgi apparatus, endoplasmic reticula, ribosomes and mitochondria can only be viewed under an electron microscope (up to 200000x).
Answers:Without using any stains, chloroplasts ( take a leaf from an aquatic plant called Elodea or Anarchis and not only will you see chloroplasts but they will also be moving) and chromoplasts (look in flower petals of the meat of a tomato) are very easily seen. Cilia (on live paramecium) and flagellua (on a live Euglena) can be seen if you cut down on source of light In order to see mitochondria (in celery stalks), chromosomes, chromatin, spindle (fibers), asters, you will need a stain or a dark field microscope. Ribosomes, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus would need an electron microscope.
Answers:Light microscopy has a resolution of about 200 nm, which is good enough to see cells, but not the details of cell organelles... I attached the link for the website. I hope it helps! :)
Answers:Under Light Microscope you can see: 1)Nucleus 2)Cell Wall(in plants) 3)Cell surface membrane Under Electron Microscope you can see: 1)Cell surface membrane 2)Vacuoles 3)Golgi body 4)Rough endoplasmic reticulum 5)Smooth endoplasmic reticulum 6)Mitochondria 7)Nuclear membrane 8)Nuclear pores 9)Nucleus 10)Nucleolus 11)Cell wall(in plant cells) *Some other thing you can see under light microscope but not in electron microscope is cell division since the samples in electron microscope have to be dead.